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1 Etymology Note Cards Greek Prefixes 1-13

2 Note Card #1 Name (First, Last) Period

3 Note Card #2 Prefix a not Without lacking

4 Note card #3 Prefix amphi Both Around of both sides

5 #4 Prefix anti Against Opposite Rivaling In exchange

6 #5 Prefix dia Through Across Apart between

7 #6 Prefix ec out

8 #7 Prefix En Em El In into

9 #8 Prefix epi Upon At In addition over

10 #9 Prefix hyper Over Above Beyond excessive

11 #10 Prefix hypo Under Below Less than

12 #11 Prefix peri around

13 #12 Prefix para Beside Contrary

14 #13 Prefix pro Before In front of

15 #14 Prefix Syn Syl Sym With Together like

16 Examples 1. Apathy-a 2. Amphitheater- amphi 3. Antitoxin-anti 4. Diameter-dia 5. Eccentric-ec 6. Endemic-en 7. Epidermis-epi 8. Hyperacidity-hyper 9. Hypodermic-hypo 10. Paradox-para 11. Perimeter-peri 12. Proscenium-pro 13. Synthetic-syn

17 Greek Prefixes Total Note Cards=20

18 14 Prefix ana Up Upon Again back

19 15 Prefix apo From Away from Off

20 16 Prefix Cata cath Down Completely Concerning

21 17 Prefix ecto Outside of

22 18 Prefix Endo Ento within

23 19 Prefix Meta Met Meth Among With Beyond differently

24 20 Prefix pros To Toward In addition

25 General Reminders Roots and prefixes may appear at the beginning, middle, and end of a word Example: Megaphone Photosynthesis Orthography

26 21 Root Anthrop Man or mankind

27 22 phil Love Strong tendency toward

28 23 Root Miso Hate

29 24 Root Bibl biblio book

30 25 Root Graph Gram Write Draw Describe record

31 26 Root phon Sound

32 27 Root Scop Scept skept Look at examine

33 Note Cards Write down on lined paper if you do not have note cards Remember prefixes may appear at the beginning, middle, or end of a word!

34 28 Prefix Eu Good Well

35 29 Prefix Caco Bad ill

36 30 Prefix Mega Macro large

37 31 Prefix Micro small

38 32 Prefix Tele Far Distant

39 33 Suffix Mania Madness for… Excessive fondness

40 34 Suffix phobia Fear of…

41 35-45 Remember to use lined paper if you do not have note cards. Make sure you get this information on note cards by next Tuesday! Note card checks starting next Tuesday

42 35 Suffix logy The study of…

43 36 Root arch Rule or govern

44 37 Root Dem people

45 38 Root Gen Gon Kind Race Origin Descent

46 39 Root Gyn Woman Female

47 40 Prefix archa ancient

48 41 Prefix hetero Various Unlike

49 42 Prefix Homo Same

50 43 Prefix Olig few

51 44 Prefix Pan all

52 45 Prefix Poly Many

53 Note Cards Roots may appear throughout the word! Read for content and context clues!

54 46 Root Path Feeling disease

55 47 Root Batho Bathy depth

56 48 Root Therap cure

57 49 Root Haem (aem) Hem (em) blood

58 50 Root Rhea Rheo Flow Gush burst

59 51 Root Stat stas Stand Top

60 52 Root Erg Urg work

61 53 Root Gno Gnos Know

62 54 Prefix Hemi Half

63 Note cards Roots may appear throughout the word!!

64 55 Root theo god

65 56 Root geo earth

66 57 Root helio sun

67 58 Root Dyn dynam Power Force

68 59 Root chron Time

69 60 Root chrom Color

70 61 Root meter Measure

71 62 Root center Center Middle

72 63 Root cycl Circle

73 Note Cards Roots=Anywhere Prefix=Beginning Suffix=End This set of words deals mostly with the body. Many medical terms come from these roots. Think of the body, and these roots will be easier to remember.

74 64 Root tom cut

75 65 Root Ton Ten stretch

76 66 Root chir hand

77 67 Root pod foot

78 68 Root cephal head

79 69 Root dactyl Finger toe

80 70 Root Gloss Glot Tongue Language

81 71 Root Osteo bone

82 72 Root derm skin

83 73 Root Plas Mold Shape form

84 Quarter Two Note Cards Your quizzes will start back at 1. We will continue to do reviews and exercises with the previous note cards. Your final exam will still have the first 73 note card prefixes, roots, and suffixes.

85 Note cards Root bio life

86 75 Root phys Nature growth

87 76 Root psych Mind Soul spirit

88 77 Root soma body

89 78 Root lith stone

90 79 Root Petr peter rock

91 80 Root glyph carving

92 81 Root icon Image Idol

93 82 Root astr star

94 83 Root nom Arrangement law

95 84 Root Onoma Onym name

96 85 Root Ec Oec Not the prefix ec which means out! House environment

97 86 Root Ethn nation

98 87 Prefix paleo ancient

99 88 Prefix neo new

100 89 Prefix hier sacred

101 90 Suffix Clasm clast To break Destruction One who destroys

102 91 Suffix Lysis lyst Solution One who solves a problem

103 92 Suffix iatry iatrist Healing One who heals

104 Note Cards Roots may appear throughout the word. Note Card Check next Tuesday! 30 points, checking first two groups of notes from quarter two! Quiz next Tuesday! Vocabulary due tomorrow.

105 93 Root Crat Cras Mix

106 94 Root Cosm Order World Universe

107 95 Root Polit Polis city

108 96 Root Top place

109 97 Root Thalass Thalatt sea

110 98 Root Nau Naus Ship sailor

111 99 Root Plut Wealth

112 100 Prefix idio One’s own Individual

113 101 Prefix ideo idea

114 102 Prefix auto self

115 103 Suffix Cracy Crat cratic Rule/government One who rules Pertaining to rule Do not confuse the suffix crat meaning “rule” with the root crat meaning “mix.”

116 Note Cards Roots may appear throughout the word! Suffix=end Prefix=beginning Quiz Next Tuesday! 45 points (30 old plus 13 new).

117 104 Root Crit Cris Separate Judge Discern Example: Critical

118 105 Root Dendr Tree Example: Dendrology

119 106 Root Phyte Plant Example: Chlorophyll

120 107 Root Anth Flower Example: Polyanthus

121 108 Root Zo Animal zoology

122 109 Root hipp Horse hippopotamus

123 110 Root Drom Running Race hippodrome

124 111 Root Entom Insect Entomology

125 112 Root Etym True meaning Etymology

126 113 Root Ep Word Cacoepy

127 114 Root Pronounced: phayg Phag Eat zoophagous

128 115 Root Spor Scatter Spore

129 116 Suffix Oidism Oid Resemblance That which resembles Cycloid


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